Bae Suzy’s new look will surely make a way into your hearts!
SINGAPORE - Media
OutReach - 6 October 2021 -DAEBAK! Bae Suzy has a new look and is looking
gorgeous at the new K-Wave zone in Madame Tussauds Singapore. Her blue dress
was inspired from an outfit that she had worn at the press conference of the
movie, Baekdu Mountain (Ashfall).
"Not only being one of the most popular actresses in South
Korea, Suzy is also one of the most popular wax figures in Madame Tussauds
Singapore, and we are very happy to give her a new fresh look. We will also be
launching more new figures and experiences to the attraction in the next couple
of months," says Alex Ward, General Manager of Madame Tussauds Singapore.
Visitors will be able to play a fun game and take selka
with a special filter for Instagram stories. Simply follow @mtssingapore on
Instagram, use the Instagram Filter and check out which Bae Suzy's character
Suzy is one of the most popular actresses in South Korea. After
her film debut in 2012, Suzy was nicknamed Korea's first love. Since then, she
has appeared in the cinema office smash "Ashfall" in 2019 as well as
the popular TV dramas "Vagabond" in 2019 and "Start-Up" in
Head down to Madame Tussauds Singapore to experience the
wonderful ambience of Korea, with romantic cherry blossom tree and traditional
hanoks as your backdrop. Receive exclusive prizes worth up to $20 proudly
sponsored by Shiseido when you play the game and flash it to the staff!
Madame Tussauds Singapore's K-Wave zone is also a home to
other Korean celebrities including: Park Hae-jin and Song Seung Heon. More
figures will be added to the zone given the highly raved Korean popular
The ultimate celebrity experience and the
world's best known and most popular wax attraction. There are currently
23 Madame Tussauds attractions around the world. Each of the
attractions is unique and tailored to the host city and visitor demographic to
feature both local as well as international figures.
result of 200 years of expertise and painstaking research every figure takes
Madame Tussauds' gifted sculptors a minimum of three months to make, and costs
more than $300K (Singapore dollars). Most contemporary figures are also
produced following sittings with the celebrities themselves.